BARROVIAN starlet Georgia Stanway bagged her first goal for feared outfit Manchester City Women last night, helping her side polish off Everton Ladies and progress in the Continental Cup.

City took the lead through Toni Duggan’s 19th-minute strike, before Stanway produced a big climax to only her second appearance for the club.

With two minutes of normal time remaining, the teenage Furness forward was sent through on goal by Isobel Christiansen after arriving from the substitutes’ bench.

And the former Dowdales School pupil made no mistake in poking the ball home to wrap up City’s 2-0 victory, which saw Nick Cushing’s team book a place in the quarter-finals.

Stanway made the switch from Blackburn to Man City during this summer, while she has also represented England at youth level.

Speaking to after the Everton win, she said: “It's amazing - it's only the second time I've played for City so to get the goal, and even to be playing for this club at 16, is incredible.

“I didn't think I'd even be coming off the bench so early on in my City career – never mind scoring – but it shows that Nick and the rest of the team have faith in me.

“It's important that we carry on winning now, starting with Sunday's game against Liverpool.”